Animals

  1. Animals

    Life on the Down Low

    The first scientific survey of organisms in the deep waters off Antarctica has discovered lots of life.

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  2. Animals

    Little beetle, big horns

    Why do dung beetles have horns? Biologists sniff out some answers.

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  3. Animals

    Big squid

    Florida fishermen recently hauled in a squid that's like no other ever found in the Atlantic Ocean.

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  4. Animals

    Cacophony acoustics

    How do frogs hear each other in a noisy pond? Just the way we would, as it turns out.

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  5. Animals

    Helping the cause of macaws

    Scientists' discoveries about macaws may help these magnificent birds survive.

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  6. Animals

    Revenge of the cowbirds

    Some cowbirds seem to force other birds to raise their chicks.

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  7. Animals

    A meal plan for birds

    Scrub jays do a bird version of planning ahead for their next meal.

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  8. Animals

    Odor-chasing penguins

    Penguins may use their sense of smell to locate food in the ocean.

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  9. Animals

    Chicken eggs as drug factories

    Researchers have created chickens that produce useful drugs in their eggs.

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  10. Animals

    G-Tunes with a Message

    Apes known as gibbons can rearrange the notes of their songs to communicate with one another.

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  11. Animals

    The Littlest Lemurs

    Studies of mouse lemurs may tell us something about our own origins.

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  12. Animals

    A tongue and a half

    A nectar-sipping bat from South America has a skinny tongue that's longer than its body.

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